Are You Living Your Best Life?
On a spring morning, I was having a coffee with a few friends as we watched the sunrise. One of my friends asked, "What do you think it means to be living your best life?" I think a lot of us are asking that question. For me, living my best life means that I love hard, live full, lead strong, and laugh often. This is why I do what I do in life. Because I want to help people live their best lives.
This is why I designed LeaderGrowth and speak to organizations, churches, and conferences.
I develop leaders because of what happens when lives are changed for the better. I love to help unlock the potential inside of people so that they can create the life and results they want.What I hear most often from people is a quiet sadness. They wish they had the courage to take a risk and follow their dreams. The secret to courage, risks, and rewards is wrapped up in a question.
"Who am I becoming in the process of my pursuits?"
Greater risk can lead to greater rewards. When you think about living courageously, you and I both know it isn't just about receiving rewards. Some pursuits will entail success, and some will necessitate failure. The process always leads you back into the space of who you are becoming.
I hope you become a person who loves hard, lives full, leads strong, and laughs often. I hope you take some risks and find some rewards. I hope you become a person who gives and receives grace. If I have the privilege of serving you as you pursue greater growth, it will be my honor to share that space with you and help you live your best life.
Thanks for stopping by,
David Skidmore is the founder of LeaderGrowth, a leadership development program designed to accelerate the growth of your business. He has worked with numerous businesses, churches, and non-profits over the last 10 years. David is a frequent speaker for churches, events, and conferences speaking to well over 25,000 people in the past decade. He is known for his passionate delivery, and humorous communication style. David lives in Oklahoma City.